Its capital and largest city is Warsaw. Poland is filled with marvellous countryside, mountains, valleys, grasslands, forests, lakes, beaches, and many farms. In the cities you will find splendid castles and monuments everywhere, and lots of architecture from all ages. Because Poland was located in the middle of the WWII battles, many monuments and museums are dedicated to those battles.
Certainly worth a visit, Poland is a place where you get to think about all of its history, which will make you think even more.
Although Poland is not the first choice if you traveling to Europe, it is worth visiting. Best city to start your Poland itinerary is Warsaw. Today arrive Warsaw and enjoy free time at leisure.
The Capital of Poland is famous for its rich history. It is home to many kind of museums, historical sites, art galleries. Take a city tour, which takes you to UNESCO-listed Old Town, marvel at the Royal Castle, St. John’s Cathedral, the Holy Cross Church and the Royal Park and Pomnik Bohaterow Getta.
Next to Warsaw is the fabulous tourist destination Krakow. It is know for its beautiful landmark that has dark and complex history. Visit Old town where you can find many landmarks like, the lone Town Hall tower, St Mary’s Basilica, underground Historical museum of Krakow, St. Florian’s Gate, the Krakow Barbican.
Today take a half day trip to Zakopane, the most scenic Tatra Mountains area in Poland. View the popular Ski Jumping Hill of Wielka Krokiew, and see the many shops and restaurants along the main street—Krupowki Street.
Arrive back to Warsaw, Enjoy the later half of the day by shopping and exploring city on your own.
Day 6 – Departure from Warsaw.